Elizabeth Warlock

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Elizabeth Warlock
BornMary Bell
Oakleigh Park, Hertfordshire, London, England

Elizabeth Warlock, daughter of magician Peter Warlock, was the youngest magician and first woman to win the IBM's British Ring Shield (1953). In 2002, she won the David Berglas Award from the British Magical Society, once again, the first woman to receive the award.

She as contributed to many magic magazines including Magic, The Linking Ring, and Genii.




  • Sid Lorraine Files Folder 15 Historical Folder 2, THE NEWS, MAY 1969, Mary followed her father into banking - and magic!, page 8
  • The New Tops, Vol. 18, No. 6, June 1978, COVER PORTRAIT ELIZABETH WARLOCK, The Bewitching Magicienne by Bruce Armstrong, page 10
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 69, No. 1, January 1989, Memoirs Of A Magician's Ghost by John Booth, LIZABETH WARLOCK: LADY WIZARD, page 33
  • Magic Circular Vol. 89, No. 956, July 1995, THIS IS YOUR LIFE Elizabeth Warlock the famous daughter of a famous father, page 108

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